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Adega Cooperativa Portalegre (Alentejo)
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“Garnet colour. Complex with notes of mature fruits, roasted wood, good flow. Good structure, soft tannins. Long and persistent.”
“All of my friends were delighted about this wine.
Very dark Bordeaux colour. Fine aromas of raisins. I had it cooled and it tasted both, fresh and soft.
It would have been better with fish.”
“16 pts Wine Mag PT - Garnet color. Complex with notes of mature fruits, roasted wood, good flow. Good structure, soft tannins.Too long and persistent.”
“A client gave it to me.
It had a deep colour at first sight. Smell like nuts, like it. It reveals a kind of salty aftertaste.
I definetely wouldn't pair this wine with fish dishes.”
“I bought it with my partner in a wine shop.
Cherry colour, high layer. Good coffee aromas. It tasted like wood.”
According to Drinks&Co users, the Portalegre 1997 deserves an evaluation of 3 of 5 points
Drinks&Co users give this Portalegre 1996 3.5 of 5 points
“Red ruby colour with reddish brown edges. Fine aromas of violets.A little bit salty but it was very good.
Perfect with lamb stew.
I was invited by a friend to try this Portalegre.”
“Good wine and good company.
The red and violet edges were visible for me. Smells like cedar wood or pine tree. Caramel flavour.
Needs to be drunk with the right food.”
“From now on I will buy at Uvinum.
Red wine with violet reflections. Delicious aromas of licorice and mint. It was harsh in the mouth for a Alentejo.”
“This wine discloses a great flower smell. Delicious, tasty, liked it.
Summarizing, good red.”
“As I had it between meals I could not pair it. I bought it at the behest of a friend.
Has a strong colour. The smell of this Portalegre reminds me somehow a menthol candy. Chocolate and toffee flavour.”
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